Photo by Suzy Hazelwood on Pexels.com We all thought that maybe 2020 would help us get a lot of our priorities straight. Maybe, it did. For a lot of believers, it didn't. On this episode of Caffeinated Christianity, step into a bit of the philosophical as we wrestle with the idea of priorities, why God … Continue reading Ep. 50: [Myth #2] As long as God is on the schedule, I’m doing just fine.
Photo by Bich Tran on Pexels.com In case you were unaware, I am engaged to be married. Who is the girl? Sydney Kate Grubb is the girl. And she is absolutely wonderful. Our relationship has been an interesting one thus far because we are actually not from the same home town. We didn't go to … Continue reading [Myth #2] As long as God is on the schedule, I am good to go.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKcrI6hoe48&feature=youtu.be On this next quick installment of the Pour Over, Thomas takes us through the rest of 1 John 3:5, and gives us a quick run down of what it means to really be a Christian. How could you live in constant sin if Jesus never did? Welcome to Caffeinated Christianity. We are a site … Continue reading The Pour Over — 1 John 3:5b [Are you really a Christian?]
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com We are beginning our long-term series on Myths in Christianity officially with one that may be a bit of a heavy topic in the year that is 2020. That's okay. Just remember... I warned you. One of the myths of the modern Christian life is that the things of … Continue reading [Myth #1] The Life of the Christian is one covered in bubble wrap… right?
Photo by Andrew Neel on Pexels.com 2020 has been quite the year, and it's not even over yet. Many things have happened, begging us to ask the question: was it really supposed to be that hard? Doesn't God want us to be more successful than this? Find out more as we tackle our first myth … Continue reading Ep. 49: [Myth #1] The Christian life is supposed to be covered in bubble wrap… right?
We're beginning a new series with an apologetic tint to it. To accompany this blog series, we will have a subsequent podcast series (yes, we still have a podcast) alongside these blogs in case you decide that you don't want to read. We are going to tackle some of the myths of Christianity. Now, what … Continue reading The Myths of Christianity: Intro, Three Truths, and the Road Map
We could say, "Hey, the Loch Ness monster is going to eat your boat!" But you won't believe us when we say that. Why? You know the Loch Ness monster isn't real-- it's a myth. On this new series of podcasts, we're going to walk through the myths of Christianity. You won't find the Bigfoot … Continue reading Ep. 48: The Myths of Christianity
https://youtu.be/uY3QYgbbtMc As we continue with the book of 1 John, Thomas helps us to see the necessity for Jesus's sacrifice for sins. It's not like we could have done it ourselves, anyway. That's called Grace. #JohnOneFive Welcome to Caffeinated Christianity. We are a site dedicated to one mission: Knowing Christ and Reflecting Christ. Our goal … Continue reading The Pour Over — 1 John 3:5a [Jesus Saves]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UD64j42pMOI&feature=youtu.be In this installment of the Pour Over, Thomas walks us through one verse, outlining what it means to live a life of sin-- it's lawlessness. Welcome to Caffeinated Christianity. We are a site dedicated to one mission: Knowing Christ and Reflecting Christ. Our goal here at Caffeinated Christianity is very simple. The role of … Continue reading The Pour Over — 1 John 3:4 [Lawlessness]
Photo by Joan Marcus: https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/03/29/hamilton-musical-broadway-lin-manuel-miranda-jonathan-groff-what-its-really-like/82354008/ I have recently seen the famed Broadway musical Hamilton, which is now airing on Disney Plus. As an avid music listener and a history nerd, I was very impressed. The musical has so many aspects that any decent person would appreciate. The complexity, the story, the casting, the music-- it's … Continue reading The Biblical Truth(s) that Lin Manuel Miranda Showed us in “Hamilton”